An overview of the dining scene in Bucks County Pennsylvania and Hunterdon County New Jersey is featured on this page. We also present our Best of Hunterdon and Best of Bucks Restaurants Awards on this page.
Bucks County, Pennsylvania and Hunterdon County, New Jersey offer a wide range of types of food, from country comfort food, diner food, and barbeque, to French cuisine, contemporary gourmet, Thai, Mexican and sushi served in everything from historic stone hotels, to funky little cafes.
Our dining guide is for residents of, and visitors to the area. Our two county area is a one divided by the Delaware River and a state line, but our goal here is to provide you with a unique regional perspective to dining in and around Hunterdon and Bucks County.
Our goal here is to offer a dining guide for everyone. We don’t all like the same type of food, so we list every restaurant that we know of and let you make your own choices.
We cover the area town by town and you can read more by seeing the list of featured dining guides below, or by clicking on any of the dining guides/restaurant listings in the left hand navigation column.
Some areas of both counties have not been completed yet, but will so in the next two months.
We do have some recommendations for what we feel are some of the best restaurants in the area that you shouldn’t miss. We strive here to list the best of regular everyday food and gourmet cuisine, from high end to low end.
Best of Bux-Hunt: Restaurants
Consistently good-excellent food, good prices, good service, varied menu, lunch, dinner, closed Sunday, BYOB
Shiki Sushi, 40 State Route 31, Flemington, NJ, 908-284-9696
Quirky, funky, atmosphere with great service, food like Grandma made, breakfast, lunch, dinner, 7 days, BYOB
Meils Restaurant, Bridge St, + Main, Stockton, NJ, 609-397-8033
Unabashedly modern transformation of an old train station, with great art and one incredible swirvy, sexy marble martini bar
Freight House, 100 S. Clinton St,, Doylestown PA, 215-340-1003
A trip down memory lane, great hot dogs, hamburgers, soft serve ice cream, picnic tables and throngs of happy customers
Dilly’s Corner, Route 263 + 32, New Hope PA, 215-862-5333
These are our choices for the area’s best restaurants for 2006. We will have more choices coming in the next few weeks. If you have feedback on our choices, or know of other restaurants that should be nominated, drop us a line here.
Bucks County Dining Guides:
New Hope Dining Guide
Everything in cuisine from Cajun, to French, to Mexican, intimate cafes and romantic restaurants
Doylestown Dining Guide
Pizza, Thai food, hamburgers, trendy New American cuisine and more in the city of culture and history
Riegelsville PA Dining Guide:
Historic Inns, a lodge, a grill, a coffee shop and a cafe in and around this Bucks County community
Erwinna PA Dining Guide:
One historic fieldstone inn, one incredible estate restaurant,
and more in Erwinna, home of Tinicum Park
Hunterdon County Dining Guides:
Lambertville Dining Guide:
One of the best dining choices in the entire region, with a wide
variety of food styles and origins
Flemington Dining Guide:
Authentic Mexican food, a host of national chain restaurants,
Italian cuisine, sushi and more
Clinton NJ Restaurants:
A wide selection of specialty restaurants serving everything from
sushi to pizza to barbeque.
Frenchtown Dining Guide:
2 historic hotels, pizza, Thai, Mexican, a coffee shop and five
cafes in one tiny town
Milford Dining Guide::
An English pub + brewery, a baker, a miniature cafe, a country cafe and
a seafood restaurant
Stockton NJ Dining Guide::
One of the oldest inns in the region, a train depot cafe, contemporary
dining and comfort food
- Street: 5 Main Street
- City: Stockton
- State: New Jersey
- Telephone Number: 000-000-0000
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